Lámpara impresa totalmente en 3D. Una vez cargada con el cargador USB tiene una autonomía de 1,5 horas.

Los materiales necesarios son:

Electronic Parts

Becky Stern was kind enough to give me the following parts list for the project:

1. Universal Qi Wireless Charging Transmitter ($27) This part plugs into a USB power source and emits 3.7V power through a copper coil. This part goes inside the charging base.

2. Universal Qi Wireless Receiver Module ($15) This part receives transmitted power through a copper coil. It goes inside the lamp.

3. Micro Lipo w/MicroUSB Jack – USB LiIon/LiPoly charger ($7) This part stabilizes the power coming through the wireless receiver, ensuring that it stays at a steady 3.7V.

4. Lithium Ion Battery – 3.7v 2000mAh ($12) This is a standard rechargeable battery pack that gets is power through the Micro Lipo charger.

5. 1 Watt Cool White LED – Heatsink Mounted ($4) This is a heatsink mounted LED that is pretty bright with 3.7V. It plugs into the battery.

6. DC3-250V SPST Panel Mount Self-Locking Metal Push Button Switch 16mm($9) This is a standard latching switch that turns the LED on and off.

Total: $74

3D Printing

Any desktop FDM printer will do. The lamp is a 5″ X 5″ (127mm X 127mm) cube, so any printer with a bed at least that size should work just fine.

Tools

All you need for this project is a soldering iron and a small screwdriver.

 

Puedes encontrar el proyecto en el siguiente enlace: http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-Wireless-Lantern/